Eyeliners could make or wreck your beautiful appearance with an easy stroke. They are one of the most essential makeup tools in each girl’s portable purse. The very simple designs they come in, make them portable and easy to carry around.
It is almost impossible to miss an eyeliner if you desire gorgeous-looking makeup. Putting on eyeliner is a necessity in every girl’s makeup routine. So that is why mastering how to put on eyeliner is a must!
Drawing a perfect eye line that accentuates the splendor of your eyes, can be a bit tricky. Here, in this article you’d know how to put on eyeliner, even if it’s your first time or you just want to upgrade your eyeliner skill, we got you!
How To Apply Eyeliners
The right information about eyeliners can help you know how better to use them. There are different forms that eyeliners come and we’d quickly look into that:
- Pencil Eyeliner
- Liquid Eyeliner
- Gel Eyeliner
- Marker pen Eyeliner
Let’s look at these types of Eyeliners and How To Apply them like a pro!
The Pencil Eyeliner and Application
This form of eyeliner is generally the first experience at putting on eyeliners. Almost all of us commenced with this type of eyeliner. It’s pretty easy and simple to use. Pencil eyeliners are used to line the water line and to create a smokey eye look.
Pencil eyeliners come in a variety of colours and are great for a simple and natural everyday look.
How to Apply Pencil Eyeliner
Apply eyeliner to the top lid while pulling the upper eyelid taut to the side.
Draw a fine line from the outer corner of your eye to the inner corner of your eye with the tip of your eyeliner pencil as close to your lash line as feasible. Repeat this step several times to get a thick line.
Repeat for the lower lid also, connecting the lines at the outside corner of the eye.
Liquid eyeliner has become a favourite and that’s because it is best for precise application.
It is usually packaged in a small-shaped bottle with a very thin, precise dip brush
The formula of liquid eyeliner is similar to that of water and it requires you to have a steady hand to use it. It might be difficult for beginners to apply, but when done correctly, it can make your lashes appear fuller and thicker. An excellent choice in creating a cat-eye and gorgeous looks. Liquid eyeliner is your go-to smudge-proof eyeliner.
How to Use Liquid Eyeliner
Holding the eyeliner, carefully draw a small line down your top lash line.
To avoid a gap between your lashes and eyeliner, press the eyeliner as near to your lashes as possible. Begin with the outer corner of your eye.
Continue lining carefully, increasing the thickness of your line to achieve a bolder effect or to add a wing.
Marker pen Eyeliner
Felt-tip eyeliners are easy to apply and control, and therefore, are beginner-friendly. Featuring the smartest eyeliner tips ever, it is similar to a fine-tipped sketch pen. Available in different sizes and shapes, you can choose different tips for different looks.
How to Apply Marker Pen eyeliner
1. Position the felt tip at the inner corner of your eye, then begin by creating a small, thin stroke or make it thicker if you wish to.
2. Go on lining your lash line by connecting short, steady strokes rather than drawing a single continuous line.
3. To create a wing, extend your line past your inner corner to create a sharp, precise wing.
Gel eyeliner is applied smoothly by using an eyeliner brush that is simple to handle. Once you get used to applying gel eyeliners correctly, they’re wonderful for quickly producing dramatic effects.
They also don’t fade or irritate your eyes if you accidentally rub them. Choose a gel eyeliner if you want an eyeliner that will last all day, won’t budge, and will be waterproof.
Applying gel eyeliner
Apply the gel to the brush’s two sides and gently press it against the pot’s edge to create a pointed brush.
Starting at the center of the lash line, line with the brush as you would with a pencil eyeliner before proceeding to the outer corner of the eye. Lift your eyelid a little bit to tighten the lash line to the inner corner of the eye, and apply the liner. Eyeliner should not be separated from the lash line in any way.
Other Tips On Eyeliner Application
Most eyeliners come with a brush, but if your purchase brand comes without one, you can easily buy one.
To nail your perfect eyeliner, start with light strokes and gradually increase it. Starting with large strokes makes you more prone to mistakes.
To create a perfect wing, use a business card to help guide the slant.
A winged eyeliner should be matched with a lower eyelid to better define the eyes.
Always draw your eyeliner in front of a mirror in a well-lighted room to avoid making mistakes.
While drawing your liner avoid looking up but rather look down for a more precise line.
Of course, the professionals ace the steps and give you flawless winged liners. But just in case you are a beginner, you would possibly require a few exercises to do it like a pro! Choose whichever eyeliner type works best for you and practice till you become perfect.